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shourd is back i i will always associate your country with the first breath of my freedom. cal grad sarah shoark back in the u.s. after more than a year in iranian prison. what she plans to do the moment she reaches new york. >> mostly i will miss your laughter. >> a mothers anguish over the loss of daughter. how friends and family remembered one of the young victims of the san bruno pipe explosion. san bruno, the first toll lane that doesn't cross a bridge. 7:30 a.m. the 19th of september. good morning i am julie watts.
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>> i am phil matier. we have a lot of news and talk to cover in the next hour. we are in the final month before the november elections and across the board. there is no clear front runners. we will talk about what both parties are going to need to do if they want to win this election. plus later in the wake ofanti muslim sentiment a chance to show a different side. and how health leaders in one bay area county are fighting back against an outbreak of whooping cough. we will get to that in just a moment first leading the news this morning friends and family bid a fond farewell to one of the youngest victims of the san bruno pipeline explosion. as ann shows us, 20-year-old jessica morales is remembered as a joyful spiritual with a deep love for family. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: friends, family,
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local leaders gathered to say goodbye. there was laughter and tears, at tonight's memorial as mourners recall her generosity, fashion sense and gift for friendship. most of all, they remembered her joyful spirit. >> she was just so happy. mostly i will miss your laughter, i hear it so clearly, i see your smile so vividly, she shook my quiet little world with laughter, smiles, tears, most importantly love. jessica we will always miss you. your big goofy self, your smiles most of all your smile. >> reporter: morales was watching football with her boyfriend at his home when the pipeline exploded steps away. he ran outside to find out what was going on and when he tried to go back in to save jessica
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he was unable to reach her. gomez is hospitalized with second and third degree burns over 40% of his body. friends and family say the happy memories of jessica will keep them going. she was a wonderful sister we all loved her very much. >> cbs 5. meanwhile a san bruno man filed a class action lawsuit against pg&e over the explosion. it demands they turn over the $100 million recovery fund to a third party and demands pg&e pay for other monetary damages caused by the explosion. the attorney said the cost of recovery will be a lot more than expected. some real et state people, property devaluation, other injuries, personal injuries, punitive damages their damages will be a lot more than $100 million. steve dare filed the class action lawsuit he rents a home
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on dover court his home was not damaged but he was one of the many neighbors evacuated for three days. in a statement pg&e says they are committed to the residents and city to ref build and think will be there every step of the way. for the latest in the explosion investigation and maps to show if pipelines may be running near the neighbourhood go to click on the links and numbers. time now 7:34 a.m. oakland police are investigating a triple shooting outside a popular restaurant in jack london square it happened after 2:30 a.m. at the home of chicken and waffles. three victims were taken to hospital. police are not releasing details at this time. and a uc berkley graduate. >> take this one. >> okay. >> uc berkley graduate in iran for more than a year has
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finally arrived home here in the u.s. she will speak at a news conference it will be time to coincide with iran's president attending the un general assembly. she was released from prison tuesday but left behind her fiance and friend in iran she was flown to oman a country she credits with helping win her freedom. >> i will always associate your country with the first breath of my freedom. the sweet smell of sandal wood and the chance to stand by the ocean listening to the waves. friends say that shoard say they don't expect her to come home to the bay area just yet. it is likely she will stay in new york for at least the next week or so to put pressure on the iranian president to release her companions from prison. >> warnings about whooping cough are having an impact. yesterday there were long lines in san mateo for the free
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vaccine. this is after a another bay didied in california. nine infants have died in the state alone from whooping cough we are on track to break a 55 year record for infection. >> i think it is fair to say everyone is concerned there is some new super viruses going around whatever we can do cumulatively we can say we tried and it is a good preventative measure. >> more than 3,000 cases of whooping cough infections have been reported in california this year. as a result the state has made millions of free vaccinations available. closed again this weekend as demolition crews make way. howard and folsom will remain closed until 5 tomorrow morning part of a $4 billion trans bay terminal project to replace the old terminal first and mission street and not scheduled to be
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completed until 2017. >> the bay area will have its first freeway express lane opening tomorrow mornling interstate 680. it is aimed at easing congestion at one of the bay areas worst spots for traffic. as ann shows us drivers should get ready to pay up. >> reporter: new i-680 express lane will run along a 14-mile stretch of southbound 680. from 234 to 237 in alameda and santa clara counties. the existing car pool lane is being converted, separated from the rest of the interstate with a double yellow and single white line. electronic signs will display the price depending on traffic could be 30-cents during non- commute hours to over $10 when congested the average will be 4 to $6 no toll booths involved you have to have a fast track
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trans ponder read by an overhead antenna. if you are a single driver using the lane without fast tracks, you are subject to a ticket. we are drafting a management plan so our officers understand what their purpose is. >> a lot of the money collected been used to make an express lane northbound side of 680. all information is on click on news links, in fremont. cbs 5. still ahead president barack obama trying to set the tone for democrats in the november election. what he had to say during an address to congressional black caucus. plenty of debate what i would say to gerry brown. speaking of elections still no front runners in california's senate or governor's race. willie brown gives us his opinion on what the two parties
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need to do to tip the balance. >> jim bernard in the cbs 5 weather center mostly cloudy outside the door, chance of showers throughout the bay area, few and far between, we will go looking for them none the less your complete forecast in just a few minutes having the right real estate agent on your side is more important than ever. at, you can find the experts you need, whether you're trying to sell of hoping to buy. nobody sells more real estate than re/max.
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online check around the bay at this hour, light and variable winds, muggy 60
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urging a federal appeals court
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to "uphold the law". lawyers say the trial judge who struck down the measure --quote- >> the supporters of prop 8 have filed papers asking them to up hold the law. they said the judge invented a right that doesn't exist. last month they ruled that it violates the guarantees of equal protection and due process that hearing has been stayed until an appeals court and they are having a hearing in december. >> on the national front president barack obama is working to reenergize or at least try to reenergize democrats for the november election. although he never used the word republican in his remarks he told the crowd the time to act is now to prevent the opposition from turning back the clock on progress. he also talked about the economy, its recovery and recessions impact on the african american community.
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tight races are shaping up across the board in california. candidates for governor and senate are still too close in the polls. >> that's right i sat down with willie brown to talk about what the two parties need to do if they are going to get out that vote and try to win. here is what he had to say. >> if you are a democrat you maximize the turn out because if you are dead even in the polls, when the voting occurs, disproportionately more democrats will vote than republicans. that is where you will see lots of the attention going in the last few weeks. >> but if you are a republican your voters are going to turn out. a recent poll in alameda county said 100% of republicans said they would show up but only 7 to 80% of the democrats were energized to turn out. >> that is why i say what i said. if you are a democrat and undecided is down to minimal then you have to concentrate on bringing the bodies to the
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polls. that is where organized labor comes in, people enthusiastic about the tea party comes in, people anti-war comes in. that is where people who are pro clean energy come in. >> so those people get in why the negative ads? >> negative ads are to make sure that you define imam wise your opponent. and you energize your troops. remember, nancy pelosi won the house running against bush not by being positive. >> doe monoize the opposition. >> absolutely if they have offered enough material to be demonized. let's say you slapped your employee as meg whitman allegedly did or touched your employee or pushed them, that is giving you the energy you need. brown quoted as trashing bill clinton instead of the ad, that is ammunition. >> you will need something in the gut to get people in the
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end. where do you thing that is, that gut check in california? >> if you can get away with it, some times you take what the facts are and turn it into the gut check you some times make it just a little bit less truthful than it is but far more negative for effect purposes and it is what is called changing the rules. >> basic rule in politics is that it is one contest in which someone is going to win and you can win by making the other person lose as well as by winning yourself, right? >> well, -- >> voters don't have to like you just like your opponent less. >> that's right. if you can keep voters from voting for your opponent and maximize your own strength you can win the election and do so with 20%, 30%, 40% you don't want turn out being very high unless you know that that is to your benefit. as a matter of fact many years ago some republican in the east
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was accused of discouraging people from going to the polls because he knew they would never vote for him. do you think these races will be as close as they look now or do you see a break? >> no, they will be just as close as now because no reel issues that will be any different today than on november 2nd. people are still unemployed, foreclosures, are still taking place, there is still problems with reference to traffic and still budget problems out there for local government. people are being fired as teachers in schools, you can't get your kids into school. you are being mugged in some neighbourhood, shot at in some neighbourhoods and things are exploding all around you. >> boy, you paint a pretty picture. >> i am not on the ballot. i am telling you from the perspective of a guy who walks the streets every day, talks to the cab drivertalks to people running the leaf blowers on the
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street, i am telling you what they tell me and i am very pleased that i am not one of the fools asking them cast your vote for me. >> antti incumbency 101. >> so -- >> it is interesting in california though, julie we don't have a lot of incumbents we have barbara boxer running for senate. and harry is kind of -- >> painting him as the incumbent. he is going after her with by folk owe ads. >> willie said to win, you were just saying if you can't get people behind you you have to demonize the other side. both new comers have been doing that. >> it is a two way race you don't have to win you just have to make sure your other opponent doesn't. either or, try to get your vote
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out suppress theirs. >> now the other side is coming back at them. speaking of numbers, how do we segue into weather julie. >> i have a great one. jim lied to us yesterday. he said rain today mr. bernard. >> quantify what is rain. a drop or two? i see a drop or two in the camera. >> i am wrong once again. >> we send them a little bit more positive. chance of showers very light ones maybe a few drops, drizzle nothing more than that. for us most of the rain stays north as expected julie we will see that pattern continue with very light spritzes. skies cleared yesterday and temperatures stayed warm, 70s
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in the city of san francisco, late yesterday afternoon lots of sunshine out there after morning drizzle still some morning clouds to deal with today and giants of course taking on the brewers, 1:05 p.m., partly cloudy, shower or two i don't think you will need rain gear maybe a garbage bag type thing around the bay today, partly cloudy and cooler conditions across the interior out of the upper 70s mid-to low today. like wise bay, upper 60s. low 70s. with a shower or two. more rain drops in the picture, a phi light sprinkles ukiah and santa rosa most of it is near the oregon border they saw 1 to 3 inches of rain in the last 24 hours. no rain to wash out the art and wine festival lafayette, low 70s. with mostly cloudy skies. the culprit the weather maker arriving early this time of year this is a well formed
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frontal boundary it will continue to weeken as it moves inland and lists out to the northeast through the day today. as you can see we are on the tail end of this and as a result we will get more cloud and rain. i don't think a drizzle or two will amount to more than a few hundredths, as we dry this thing out and warm it back up. today mid-70s hot spots, low 70s. upper 60s at the bay. mid-60s peninsula and low 60s at the beach. relatively cool this time of year but muggy as we continue westerly winds on the bay, 10 to 15 knots worth this afternoon yacht races out there and heart walk in danville we will look for cloudy skies and upper 60s. drying out through the week mid- to upper 70s range.
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beautiful fall weather shaping out there, if you want to put a positive spin on it. rainfall season appears to be starting early about a month this year but then that is typical with the pattern we've seen all year and as you can see by next weekend we could be moving into the 80s. >> jim, i know better than most how you can put the word rain in the forecast and people envision downpours. >> mist, drizzle sprinkle. >> he has a lot of words. >> what is a spritz. >> what is it? we will find out today. right? >> there you go. >> thanks jim. famous faces of san francisco's special olympics, what a pop star told juliette good rich. sports, they need a win to stay in 1st place can they get a strong outing against the
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but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth.
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welcome back to weekend early edition. a big day for special olympics and fans of jonas brothers. fun run was held yesterday at shore line park in mountain view to raise money for special olympics the run was lead by pop singer joe jonas who posed for photos and signed
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autographs for fans before and after the race. >> their spirit is fantastic the fact that there is so many kids having a good time and the athletes are smiling and they are right there with me. >> joes brother nick was also at the race. juliette good rich mced the event and it raised $70,000 for special olympics. >> well, in sport giants face milwaukee brewers with the rivals breathing down their necks. >> stanford football team tries to stay undefeated and kim with the highlights. good morning. mike mcintyre picked up his first win as head coach at san jose state. spartans scored just over a minute to go to beet southern utah. cardinals score a touchdown on their first six possessions, throws for three scores one
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more on the ground stanford blows out wake forest cardinals 3 and 0 for the first time since 2001. >> giants and brewers, lynns come was the difference, brewers win 2-1 giants scored just one run. the last two nights meanwhile the padres snapped their three game losing streak, ryan ludwig broke a 4-4 tie in the ninth. san diego now leads the giants by a half game but the hottest team in the west continues to be the rockies, troy hits two more homers, now 14 in september, rockies are now only one game behind the padres. >> as and twins, lost their 4th straight start. serves up a 3-1 homer. coming up at 1:00 p.m., cbs 5 patriots and jets followed by fifth quarter have a great day. >> thank you kim. still ahead the same old story
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in sacramento. big deficit over due budget this year we have broken a record and it is not one to be proud of. plus tea party gets a new star. stunning victory that has democrats and republicans wondering what will happen in november and why her past could come back to haunt her carly fiorina laid off 30,000 workers. when you're talking about massive layoffs, which we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i did at hp. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. until two years ago, when my dad transferred to istanbul. they settled in quickly. found their local deli. a few shortcuts. and a neighborhood hangout. but there's one thing they miss.
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breath of my freedom. cal grad sarah shoard back in the u.s. after more than a year in an iranian prison what friends say she plans to do the moment she reaches new york. mostly i will miss your laughter. a mothers anguish over the loss of a daughter how friends and family remember one of the young victims in the san bruno pipeline explosion. >> commute could be much smoother in the east bay starting tomorrow. the bay area's first ever toll lane that doesn't cross a bridge. what you will need to know before you can use it. welcome back weekend early edition i am julie watts. >> i am phil matier we have a lot of news to cover in our next half hour a big big week for the tea party candidates pulled off stunning wins across the nation and the head of the california republican party or vice chair will join us to talk about how that may or may not be exactly great news for the party establishment.
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plus another year another budget stale mate in california but something is different this year. the new record that no one is happy about. >> a bart airport connector that doesn't quite connect or does it. the new criticism about the 500 mill wherein dollars plan to build light rail connector between bart and oakland airport. >> all of that in a moment but leading the news mourners remember a 20-year-old woman who died in the san bruno pipeline explosion. friends, families, local leaders gathered last night for the funeral of jessica morales they recalled her generosity, gift for friendship and joyful spirit. postally i will miss your laughter, i hear it so clearly, i see your smile so vividly. >> she shook my quiet little world with laughter, smiles, tears and most importantly
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love. >> jessica was a wonderful sister we all loved her very much. >> a buddling fashion designer she was taking classes at academy of art. she was watching football with her boyfriend when that pipeline exploded near his home. he ran outside to see what was going on and couldn't get back in to save jessica. he has second and third degree burns. a san bruno man filed a class action lawsuit against pg&e it demands they turn over the $100 million recovery fund to a third party and pay for other monetary damages caused by the exmotion. the attorney who filed the suit said the cost will probably be larger than expected. >> if you look at some of the real estate people i talked toproperty devaluation, personal injuries, punitive damages i believe their damages will be a lot more than $100 million. >> steve dare filed a class
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action lawsuit he rents a home on dover court his home was not damaged but he was evacuated for three days. in a statement pg&e says they are committed to the residents and city of san bruno to rebuild and will be there every step of the way. for the latest on the explosion investigation as well as maps to show if you may have pipelines in your neighbourhood go to and click on links and numbers. oakland police are investigating a triple shooting outside a popular restaurant in jack london square it happened 2:30 a.m. at the home of chicken and waffles, three victims were taken to hospital. place are not releasing details at this time. uc berkley graduate imprisoned in iran for more than a year has arrived in the u.s. she will speak at a news conference in new york today,
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timed to coincide with the arrival of iran's president. sarah shoard was released from prison tuesday but left behind her fiance and friend in iran she was flown to oman the country she credits at helping gain her freedom. >> i will always associate your country with the first breath of my freedom. the sweet smell of sandal wood, and the chance to stand by the ocean listening to the waves. >> friends of shoard say they don't expect her to come home to the bay area just yet she will probably stay in new york for at least the next week the put pressure on the iranian president to release her friends from prison. they will have their first freeway express lane opening in time for your monday morning commute it will go from highway 4 to 237. it is basically a car pool lane
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for solo drivers willing to pay a fee. it is done electronically so drivers need fast track, car pools can use the lane for free. in san francisco, peel street is closed again as demolition crews make way for the new trans bay terminal. howard and folsom remains closed until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning the trans bay terminal project will replace the old one at 1st and terminal street. well, when it comes to california budget fiascoes we have a record breaker the stale mate has become the longest in state history. the big five isn't in much of a mood to talk about it. >> they cut my transportation off i can't go to the doctor. >> reporter: stroke patient chuck eden lost his transportation funding because of state budget cuts but medi trip is still picking him up
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for free. >> we do him the favour and bring him because it is not fair for him he needs the treatment without transportation that is his life. >> the owner says he covers the cost of four patients recently cut off by the state now he is worried all 45 clients could lose their rides. >> everyone is effected by it. started with chuck, and then came to us, and so it is a big change that needs to be solved. >> he has taken out loans and maxed credit cards to cover thousands of dollars the state won't pay until a budget is passed. >> last year was terrible this year is longer. >> reporter: at the capitol leaders raced by our cameras for another meeting. the media waited and waited until reporters realized they snuck out a back door after the meeting. they still don't have a budget deal and won't meet until monday because of the holiday
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and scheduling conflicts. tea party scored big this week, delaware senate candidate christine o'donnell upset in the republican primary has both sides wondering what is next. >> here to talk about the vice chair of california republican party the upset in delaware combined with other upsets by the tea party in primaries across the country alaska on east has people wondering what is the target, are they against the democrats or republican establishment. >> well, being an incumbent isn't a big prize this year you shoot out you are against all this debt. the big story out of delaware should have been the fact there was a 50% greater turn out there than they expected. >> but they didn't vote for republican they voted for tea party candidate. >> she is running as republican, 50% higher. russ fine gold in july, winning
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in was con son is down 7 points wisconsin is down 7 points. when republicans come out with that. you are ensuring a democratic victory in the fall. >> democrats should have put delaware away in january. if we are talking about it in september we are talking big difference. the story is whether we are going to get a new congress that addresses these issues i think the answer will be yes. >> whether or not christine o'donnell wins in november it will not impact her party. it is joe bidens former seat.
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delaware the first state everyone saying it was an important win i don't know if folks at home know the back sisterry of christine o'donnell she is a controversial candidate, polarizing and some says the bad for the party. >> well, not republican main stream candidate how closely are you tied together? >> look the democrat calls himself the bearded markist or did. that is one race. we have to look at this, if you are telling me they may not win the senate and that is democrat victory that is crazy. if you look at the broad scope of this you will see 60 seats change the fall in the house and senate combined. >> let's bring it to the state of california, polls show democrats have a 14 point advantage. it is a very blue state yet polls show much of the races, senate and goodbyer that to recall running neck and neck.
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-- gubernatorial. mchas been everywhere in this strait with republican candidates we registered 15,000 new republicans in a one week period last week. you will see that same momentum reach california and down into the lower ranks of the constitutional offices. i think 2 if tony strickland can win the controllers race. >> you get to inherit the budget mess again. >> we have to change things in california we can't do the same stuff over and over agape. instead of things like lowering the limit, we should stop all business in california, by july 1st unless legislators do their basic job which is the budget. >> thanks for joining us we appreciate it. >> during a week of unity in the muslim community and after
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>> online weather check around the bay finds winds light and variable. balmy temperatures prevailing.
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outside a local mo welcome back. a bay area islamic group says a burned copy of the koran was found outside a local mosque it was found last weekend in a
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trash container at islamic society san francisco jones street. police are investigating but have no suspects. >> that was not the focus for thousands of bay area muslims who celebrated muslim unity day at great america this weekend. they are fighting back against hate red by having fun. >> reporter: it shouldn't come as a big surprise muslims just want to have fun too they say. with this outing at great america they hope to show muslim families are like everyone else. >> muslims like to enjoy time with family and friends and go to amusement parks and eat and have a good time and laugh. >> reporter: pro it'ses in new york city over plans to construct a mosque and islamic cultural center 2 blocks north of ground zero are what some here are calling antti muslim hysteria. this day at great america is an
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an tech dote. vast overwhelming majority of muslims hold to the tradition that terror is not okay. >> reporter: some performers and events offer an eye opening view of islamic culture in the u.s. among them, a muslim hip hop artist and a comedian. >> the message is to hang out, be a family as a family we are all hanging out there is non- muslims here we are not trying to be secluded from everyone else. >> reporter: muslims are just normal people. >> i think god willing everyone can be more educated about islam and fix their perspective about us. time now for a check of the forecast. >> it looked good yesterday. >> beautiful. >> a little bit of indian summer yesterday. >> we will see these clouds
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break up a bit through the day today. chance of rain pretty much evaporating on top of us at this hour and should be gone by this afternoon catching the tail end of a weak frontal boundary most rain stayed north and we may get a sprinkle or two but that is it definitely more clouds than rain for one of the first systems of the season. mostly cloudy golden gate bridge. a lot of clouds, showers nothing more than drizzle like down into ukiah and santa rosa. so far, south bay beginning to break up as we see here. so we will call it partly cloudy for the raiders versus the rams. temperatures balmy mid-to upper 60s range for today we will see hot spots warming into the mid- 70s. down from the upper 70s to low 80s yesterday. slightly cooler in and around the bay probably more rain drops here than we will see for
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greater bay area drizzle confined to the coast as this system pretty much wimps out as it crosses northern california. great weather for autumn moon festival in china town. showers on sunday, rapidly evaporating. temperatures mid-60s. here is the frontal boundary impressive for this time of year lifting out to the northeast after leaving an inch to 3 inches of rain across the california oregon border for us more cloudmoisture warm and muggy drizzle showers, not amounting to more than a few hundred. presip for rainfall buckets as we see temperatures slightly cooler than yesterday as mentioned mid-70s prevail hot spots into the east bay mid-to upper 60s. mid-60s on peninsula and low 60s on the beach with muggy conditions remaining throughout the region. before we see skies beginning to clear out, high pressure
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will return indian summerrish type weather pattern through the week no moisture to speak of increase in low clouds and fog by the end of the week, next weekend we will be good 10 degrees warmer than we are this weekend. so there is something you got to like there as once again we are beginning to see that change in the season but then that time of year when football and baseball both going on in the bay at the same time. >> jim, phil is making notes here. it is partly cloudy. >> my question is this. i was listening to the forecast what is the difference between partly cloudy and partly sunny. >> partly sunny has more sun than clouds and partly cloudy has more sun than clouds. >> see you have an answer for every thing. you should run for office. >> thing about it. >> all right. >> thanks jim. still ahead an oakland officer exonerated why the police department is reinstating a man
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getting his job back.. after being accused of falsifying search warrants. an oakland police officer is getting his job back after being accused of false fying search warrants. an arbitrator found officer burke did not lie or false fie affidavits he is now ordered burg reinstated the officer will also get back pay and seniority. burke was one of 11 officers accused of lying to obtain search warrants on drug cases most cases based on those warrants have been dismissed. okay in other news on the east bay, a connector, from bart to the airport. >> doesn't really go to the airport. >> how close does it go to the
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airport? and president obama may be on his way to the bay area to support democrats. those are two articles i cowrote in the material and ross column. bart and the oakland airport turns out the connector, julie, will not go into the airport. instead it will drop passengers more than 400 feet from the nearest terminal. the drop off location is no farther away than shuttle buses or the buses and trains that run now but bart says the distance is a 2 minute walk for the average traveler, no big deal but it is not clear how convenient that 2 minute walk if it is indeed is for elderly or people with children. and there is word president obama is considering a visit to san francisco late october. one goal would be to raise money for the democratic party
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but also a chance for him to do photo opens and hang out with candidates running statewide. in addition, the national democratic party will try to rev up its organizing for america, the political machine that helped obama win in 2008 dusting off e-mails now to get people revved up republicans are looking to do the same with help from meg whitman and around the country to turn this election around in their direction. >> i don't know which story i want to talk about first. >> the connector. >> bart is spending all this money to create a connector it doesn't go all the way to the airport i get their point. 400 feet is not tough to walk but if you are going to spend all this money why not have it go into the terminal. >> because cost i think the bottom line on that. >> for 400 feet. >> it was incredibly expensive but they demanded that it go into the airport, that was a big fight that went on for years. this is just starting i have a
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feeling this will be around for awhile. >> looking forward to that. >> at this price tag we should. >> coming up one of milwaukee's messiest traditions. >> why people wanted rotten tomatos thrown at them ,,,,,,,,,,
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calm" well, it is that time of the show where we bring you the unusual. >> the really unusual. and you know one of the themes is about chaos and calm. >> we started with chaos where hundreds of people joined in to battle hunger what better way to do it than a giant food fight with rotten tomatos. it started with a bloody mary contest proceeds went to the charity feeding america. >> yeah, meanwhile in sacramento we had record
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breaking calm. hundreds of people gathered at this park for the largest outdoor yoga class in the city's history. all for a good cause the event raised money for africa yoga process it offers yoga classes in improve rushed communities. san francisco is holding its own aid event today they are hoping to raise $30,000. >> what is the weather going to be like? mr. bernard? >> perfect for yoga. in and around the area as we see more clouds and rain for the bay area. that chance of rain evaporates lovely indian summer week shaping up. >> looking forward to it. >> keep that monster going jim. >> that does it for this edition of weekend early edition. >> our next newscast is 5:30. >> see you here next weekened. have a great sunday wouldn't it be nice if every time meg whitman told a lie
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her nose would grow? newspapers report the claims in this meg whitman ad are false. and she knows it. taxes went down under jerry brown. but whitman's nose keeps growing by the millions. the guys who drive a heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing capacity that's over 10 tons. and a braking system tough enough to bring it all to a stop. heavy duty demands? gentlemen, your truck is ready. meg whitman's nose keeps growing. whitman says california lost jobs under jerry brown. turns out 1.9 million jobs were created. she spent millions saying jerry brown raised taxes. fact is brown cut 4 billion in taxes. but whitman's nose keeps growing by the millions.

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